Best way to learn plumbing?

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      MasterPlumbers
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      Hello, I am a Civil Engineering student who wants to learn plumbing. I’m looking to be more useful as an engineer and builder by learning the foundations and practices of great services like plumbing, carpentry, and electrical. What I’d like to know is where to go to start learning plumbing. I’m willing to take time off for this after I graduate, but would it be possible to work/learn with a plumber while I’m still in school? I’m in Missouri, USA. Thank you for helping my ignorance.

      joel

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      joel
      i worked my way thru usc ( south carolina) as a plumber. my intentions were to make extra money while working on my anthropology degree. 15 years after graduation and i’m still in plumbing. now i’m licensed in 8 states and run a very sucessful business. go get your feet wet . start from the bottem. you may stick with it.
      george

    • #291232
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      George hit the nail right on the head go for it

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